1. XMM has a negative connotation in Singapore
2. Many models start of their career when are young teenagers, so they are XMM too
3. The photographers are the directors, they instruct the poses they want
You should think carefully before shooting words out of your mouth.
If the person is a XMM, and so the pose she do is XMM pose. What is wrong with that? I never define what is XMM pose.
I suspect you're trying to infer that XMM pose = act cute or watever. That was NEVER mentioned in my post, which is of a jokingly nature.
2. Like I say, I'm just playing around with words. STRICTLY. No suggestion of what is XMM pose is mentioned in any part of the post.
You should think carefully before making a provocative remarks like your first and last statement which doesn't seems very friendly.
Last edited by Limsgp; 25th August 2010 at 05:13 PM.
"Seeing and composing the beauty is what separates a good photograph from a snapshot !" JEFF LIM
I think most people like to look at cute & pretty gals, more than anything else. Serious stuffs look boring to them.
A few months ago, along Orchard Rd, there was a massive display of fashion photographer Zhang Jingna's photos. Everytime, I passed by the street while in the bus, I can hardly see anyone taking a look at the photos, even though the huge prints were in prominent places.
It's ironic; the busiest place in Singapore & yet nobody pay any attention to the photos.
And, each photos takes many hours to post-process by the photographer herself.
Seeing comments like "nice" are of cos better than none at all, though of cos longer comments are better. But seeing certain shots with many "nice" comments when the photos are not what falls into the category of "nice"... And truly nice photos have zero comments. This is the mystery
Last edited by Limsgp; 17th September 2010 at 08:13 AM.